Tag: Hyperlink

Hyper mucking

High Muck a Muck is hypertext poetry, made by Fred Wah. It is extremely well done over all. Some brief background information is that High Much a Muck is a story about hardship. It tells the stories of immigration to Canada and the difficulties that come with the immigration. It has hand panted artwork that is immaculate. One really feels submerged…

Two Streams Diverged for a Yellow Duck

I was fascinated by the hyperlink stories we played in class this semester, but had always wondered if there were any similar games that used a comic format rather than text. After poking around on some e-lit archives, I found a hypercomic that was categorized for children. Being a child at heart who still thinks rubber duckies make bath time…

Hypertext: Our Many Passages to the End.

          J. Yellowlees Douglas’ interactive short story, “I Have Said Nothing” represents a more organized model of hypertext that allows the narrative to transition fluidly through each selected hyperlink. Douglas’ original story was created through StorySpace which included more specific hyperlinks and a far more choice oriented experience. Due to an incompatibility between StorySpace’s software and…